Ruolo
Docenti di ruolo di IIa fascia
Qualifica (ricerca)
Professori Associati
 
Area Ministeriale
AREA MIN. 10 - Scienze dell'antichita,filologico-letterarie e storico-artistiche
Macro-settore concorsuale
10/D - SCIENZE DELL'ANTICHITÀ
Settore SSD
Settore L-FIL-LET/04 - Lingua e Letteratura Latina

Marco Fernandelli graduated in Classics at the University of Trieste in 1985, with a dissertation on Aeneid 7 (supervisor: professor Franco Serpa). He was appointed as a teacher of “Materie letterarie, Latino e Greco nei Licei Classici” in Trieste in 1987. Then he attended the courses of the Dottorato di Ricerca of the University of Torino, from 1991 to 1993 (supervisor: professor Paolo Mastandrea) and obtained the Doctoral degree in 1994, by defending the dissertation “Tragico e tragedia nell’episodio cartaginese dell’Eneide”. He became an Associate Member of the “Centre for Roman Studies” del Corpus Christi College dell’Università di Oxford in 1994. He was awarded a scholarship of the “Accademia dei Lincei and British Academy” in 1995; a two years long Borsa Postdottorato at the University of Torino (supervisor professor Giovanna Garbarino), from 1996 to 1998; a scholarship of the Ecole Française de Rome, in 1998. Then he won a position of Ricercatore in Lingua e Letteratura latina in 1999, and was appointed at the University of Trieste on the first of november 2000; this position came to a final confirmation in 2003. Academic teaching: Laboratorio di Lingua e Letteratura Latina SSIS at the University of Trieste from 2000-2001 to 2005-2006; Didattica della Traduzione e del Commento, Grammatica Latina, Poetica dei Generi Letterari Latini, retorica Latina starting from 2001-2002. As an academic promoter and organizer he did the following: from 2001 he has supervised the didactic plan of the “European Summer School of Classics” of the Dipartimento di Scienze dell’Antichità dell’Università di Trieste, lead by himself from 2008-2009; from 2000-2001 onwards he has organized the “Seminari Triestini di Filologia, Letteratura e Filosofia Antica”; in 2006 he became the promoter and organizer, in cooperation with professor Lucio Cristante, of the “Seminari sulla Continuità dell’Antico”; he is also the co-editor, with professor Gianfranco Agosti, of the on-line journal “CentoPagine”, which every year collects the papers of the selfsame seminar. Co-editor from 2010, with professor Lucio Cristante, of the series Dicti Studiosus. Classici della Filologia in Traduzione, EUT Trieste. His studies are focused on the interlinking of composition and imitation in the poetry of Catullus, Lucretius, Virgil and in Flavian epic. He is now carrying out a research on Catullus 64 and on the presence of tragedy, both Greek and Latin, in Virgil’s Aeneid.

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